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are still feeling after shocks, including chris barnes, a u.s. student studying in japan and joins us now on the phone. can you hear me. >> i can hear you, kelly, good afternoon. >> kelly: you sound loud and clear. good afternoon to you as well. you're still feeling after shocks there? >> indeed i am. we've been having aftershocks, two to three an hour, since the first quake struck. >> kelly: where are you staying right now, trent? >> at the moment i'm in tokoyo, in my apartment on top of my building on the 12th floor and i would say compared to the ground floor, the shaking is stronger up here. >> kelly: you can feel the swaying and it's got to make you feel uncomfortable? >> well, look, i grew up in los angeles and i experienced the 1994 north ridge earthquake and it absolutely pales in pair son, the north ridge earthquake compared to what i experienced in tokoyo. >> kelly: how many people here in the united states recall the north ridge earthquake in 1994. as you were saying and this one is far worse. and we've seen the devastation hereof the tsunami. were you a witness to any of that?
as it is emotional. >> fox news alert for you now. japan is racing to avoid a potential nuclear meltdown and the death toll from the earthquake and the tsunami may soar more than 10,000. >> clayton: and we're covering the details, peter doocy in washington, and we will he' start with david piper live from tokoyo with the latest on the ground. david, what can you tell us at this hour. >> yes, good morning, the japanese government is warning there could be another explosion, at that stricken nuclear plant about 160 miles north of here. apparently, they're pumping sea water around the reactor to try to cool it down. and stop any kind of meltdown. and this is the same complex in which it was feared another reactor was going to melt down yesterday after there was an explosion there, also, the japanese authorities say ne could be a partial meltdown already, but they don't know because they can't get into the reactor. the real threat of a massive radiation release from this plant has forced over 170,000 people to be evacuated for a 12 mile radius around the plan the and the japanese government
but this is a fox news alert concerning crippled nuclear reactors in japan a larming reports on radiation seeping into japanese food and water supplies crisis at the tsunami and earthquake crippled nuclear plant appears to be stabilizing. here is david piper in tokyo. >> reporter: hi, geraldo. rideo active iodine has been detected in tap water, authorities say it's within acceptable safety levels. radio active part cells have begun to enter the food chain here, spinach and milk produced in the plant tested positive and have been banned from sale. there has been one positive tellment -- development from tempts to cool those overheated reactors engineers say they've attached a power cable to the outside of the plant this, could be crucial. if they can power up power systems it can help in cooling reactors. they'll try to get water pumps working as the second reactor then move on to other three remaining in danger of melting down. a japanese government spokesman says there is now stable saigs at the stricken number three reactor. this is important, is that that is the only plutonium reactor and the
we're also tracking the nuclear crisis underway in japan. a live report from there as well. this incredible video from a tsunami survivor. stuck in his car when the monster wave hit. what would you do if you were behind the wheel of that vehicle? we'll show you what happened next. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a dy at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in moti. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. and celebrex is not a narcotic. when it comes to relieving your arthritis pain, you and your doctor need to balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen, and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning. they all m
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and his potty mouth. >> sarah palin finally heard what happened in japan. >> h.b.o.'s trash mouthed host takes a vulgar shot at sarah palin and the national organization of women take their time to react. why the delay? >> i'm-- a true superstar, elizabeth taylor dies, leaving a legacy of films. true hollywood drama and the birth of celebrity paparazzi. >> sarah palin, finally heard what happened in japan (laughter) >> and she's demanding that we inside tsunami. i mean, she said these tsunamiens will not get away with this. oh, speaking of (bleep) did you-- >> h.b.o.'s bill maher once again taking a shot at one of his favorite targets, former alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate sarah palin, but way over the line referring to her with vulgar language. and the media ignored, and as did now, the national organization of women and when fox asked for a comment now refused saying it's a known fact na now does not correspond with fox news. eventually now came out with this statement, listen progressively men and women, too, cut the crap and stop degrading women you don't like or d
force gaddafi out of office, where would he go? and the crisis in japan dealing another blow to the u.s. auto industry, could this reverse everything the president worked to fix? . they're a delicious source of nutrients. wow! it's packaged by itself... that's fantastic! that is so juicy. this is delicious. sunsweet ones. over 400 million enjoyed, and counting. . >> brian: us military strikes continues against muammar gaddafi, with france leading the way. and with muammar ousted where will he go? from the inside and outside, colonel, where would he? >> well, brian, now, there are precedence for people like him going someplace and probably the most notable as many of your viewers remember, edie amine one of the most despicable human beings on the face of the earth. killed tens if not hundreds of thousands of his countrymen and lives in exile quite comfortably in riyadh saudi arabia. castro might take him in and i don't think a lack of places to go and when he really feels the pressure, one of the options, stand back if you'll go live in country x everybody will leave you alone. >> bria
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